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تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
تعريف بجمعية اللد
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تعريف بجمعية اللد

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  • 1. ELLID CHARITABLE SOCIETY
  • 2. ELLID CHARITABLE SOCIETY OUR MISSION OUR OBJECTIVES PROGRAM 1 PROJECT 3 TRAINING CENTER NEW PROJECTS PROJECT 2 PROJECT 1 PROGRAM 3 PROGRAM 2 PROJECT 4 TRAINING CENTER ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES WEBSITE OTHER PROJECTS PROJECT 5 ABOUT US OUR VISSION TEL. 0097092328081. FAX. 0097092328630. EMAIL. INFO@ELLIDPAL.ORG NABLUS WEST BANK PALESTINE
  • 3. ABOUT US El-Lid Charitable Society was established as a non-political, not-for-profit, non-governmental organization in March 1995, with activities commencing upon formal registration in 1996. The Society, based in the Askar neighborhood of East Nablus, was established by Palestinian academics and social workers deeply troubled by the deteriorating living conditions in Nablus and the north of the West Bank for a substantial part of the population, in particular the residents of the villages and the many refugee camps of the area. El-Lid’s mission is to support Palestinian society’s most disadvantaged and marginalized groups, namely women, children and young people with special needs, by implementing projects which address, education, psychological and social issues through counseling, training and other community development programs. Today, El-Lid extends its services to over 970,000 Palestinian citizens all over the 6 governorate of north West Bank (Jenin, Nablus, Qalqiliya, Salfit, Tubas, Tulkarm), most of whom face severe economic challenges and have limited access to quality healthcare and education
  • 4. El - Lid Charitable Society is committed to helping marginalized groups within the Palestinian society to improve their living conditions . Through its social, educational and training programs El - Lid Charitable Society endeavors to meet the developmental, educational and health needs of its target groups . The work of the Society is carried out by its qualified staff and by a large pool of volunteers, offering a variety of training – IT, language, health - and mental health counseling. OUR VISSION
  • 5. El - Lid Charitable Society seeks to provide high - quality and professional support to disadvantaged members of the Palestinian society by offering developmental, educational and in - kind assistance . We provide much needed community awareness programs to marginalized groups within the society : children, women, youth and people with special needs . These programs are aimed at improving the living conditions of disadvantaged individuals as well as promoting the value of an active civil society committed to targeted advocacy . OUR MISSION
  • 6. 1.      Improving the living conditions of the target groups (women, children, youth and individuals with special needs). 2.      Increasing the social and health awareness of the target groups. 3.      Promoting and developing the potential of the target groups. 4.      Promoting the concept and value of an active civil society. OUR OBJECTIVES
  • 7. Empowerment and Advocacy programs : These programs aim to promote the unique roles of children, women, youth and people with special needs within society. The targeted groups are encouraged to articulate their needs and priorities and trained in advocacy strategies through workshops, conferences and organized meetings with decision makers.  Democracy and Human Rights programs : These programs aim to promote the concept of democracy at every level of society, starting with the individuals and ending with institutions and organizations. These programs also highlight the role that individuals and organized groups can have, within a democratic society, in raising the level of awareness of human rights issues concerning children, women, youth and people with special needs.  PROJECTS 1
  • 8. Election Awareness programs : During the presidential, parliamentary and local councils’ elections the Society repeatedly played an important role by participating in the observation process. The Society conducted workshops for local observers aimed at improving their skills in monitoring the level of fairness and observation of procedures of the electoral process.   Mental Health and Health Awareness programs: The Mental Health program offers mental health support through individual, family, school and public counseling. Techniques applied include psychotherapy, drama therapy and play therapy. PROJECTS 2
  • 9. Educational and Training programs: 1.      Mental health and counseling. 2.      Summer camps’ leaders training. 3.      Civic education 4.      Elections monitoring. 5.      Capacity building and NGO management 6.      Training courses specifically for people with disabilities 7.      Language training: English and French language courses based on the curricula of AMIDEAST, the French council and the British Council. 8.      IT Training - courses are targeted by age groups and levels and include: ·           MS Windows ·           Internet & online networking skills with a business and advocacy aim ·           Web design These courses are held at the Society's Multimedia Center, applying the most up-to-date methods and the latest curricula. PROJECTS 3
  • 10. Ra’ed Youth The aim of the project was to advocate for the rights of young people with disabilities by raising awareness within the community and among local policy-makers of these young people’s rights and ability to be fully integrated into, and active participants in, Palestinian society.. This project was funded by Tamkeen for 2004-2005. PROJECT 1
  • 11. Al-Farha (Happiness) Sycho-social support  The project’s aim was offering psycho-social support to young people affected by post-traumatic stress, caused by the fighting which ensued at the start of the Second Intifada. USAID and Save the Children, USA funded the El Farha project for 2002-2003. PROJECT 2
  • 12. Sawa Sawa This six months project involved 30 young people (male and female) across the Nablus region with the aim of increasing civic literacy, enhancing leadership skills and raising awareness of the rights of young people with disabilities to fully participate in Palestinian. PROJECT 3
  • 13. This year-long project focused on two health-related issues of concern for women and mothers: breast feeding and anemia more  PROJECT 4 HANAN FOR BETTER FAMILY
  • 14. Guide Mothers  Through a program called Guide Mothers, El-Lid Charitable Society has educated more than 350 young mothers in Nablus on social, psychological, and health topics, while empowering them to serve as advocates for women’s needs. The mothers share their knowledge with their peers through home visits and voice their concerns to decision makers. PROJECT 5
  • 15.
    • TASAMOH PROJECT * RUSHOOD PROJECT * TRAINING COURCES
    OTHER PROJECTS
  • 16. WEBSITE & FUNDERS WWW.ELLIDPAL.ORG [email_address]
  • 17. TRAINING CENTER
  • 18. TRAINING CENTER
  • 19. ACTIVITIES
  • 20. ACTIVITIES
  • 21. ACTIVITIES
  • 22. NEW PROJECT JH

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